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Witchy Woo

by Dropped Monocle Games

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28 Jun 2013
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Short game (can be completed within 30 minutes)
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About this game

Woo is a witch in training and to be perfectly frank she’s not very good! Because of her magical failings her teachers have banned her from having a familiar of her own. Tired of being the laughing stock of the witching community, and the only witch without a faithful companion, Woo decides to take matters into her own hands. Help Woo find a friend in this short debut adventure game from Dropped Monocle Games.
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AGS Awards

Nominated, Best Short Game 2013

AGS Panel Review

"Cute and funny, with a friendly visual style. Not very challenging, but enjoyable all the same."

7 people commented on this game (newest first):

Love the animation and humour, but was horrified by all the spelling mistakes. Did no one know how to use a spell-checker? Or have a Mom that could proof read the text, even?
2015-11-01 13:46:23 by JoKing
I really enjoyed Witchy Woo and especially the cool little noises that she makes. Well done!
2014-09-03 01:33:52 by NickyNyce
Although short it was thoroughly enjoyable. Well written and very pretty. Can't wait for a sequel
2013-07-09 22:57:52 by JRMcL
This a fun short little game.
2013-07-03 21:40:09 by Michael2968
if you having downloading problems grab the mediafire link and put it in (they will leech it for you)
then you can download it:)
2013-07-01 21:58:28 by donkeymilk
how can you debut a possibly great new game to a mediafire link that doesn't work????
2013-07-01 20:48:07 by donkeymilk
Witches and familiars, and the trouble of the first getting the latter, this is what this is all about. And it's charming as hell!

It's easy to recommend Witchy Woo because it does so many things absolutely right. Short fun plot? Check. Classic adventure stock puzzles? Check. But: Overall attention to detail, quirky voiceovers and a really stylish GUI make this defenitely better than many "first games". I had a fun time playing through Woo's little adventure and I'd really like to see more of the world. Sequel, maybe? Plz?
2013-07-01 17:08:54 by Ghost
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